Weather in France

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  1. yodeli

    yodeli Funster Life Member

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    Hi All

    Just a warning for the funsters going to South Est France or those being already on their way to this part of France: Lots of floods in the VAR departement around Hyère Fréjus so be precautious, you might not be able to go on a few roads.

    Aires you're planning to stay on might not have electricity nor water.


    Also, snow has been falling quite a lot on all the moutains ranges (500 metres altitude).

    In the South East chains are now compulsary on all the roads leading to the top. So if you try to go without chains , you might be asked to either turn round if it's still possible or get stuck on the side of the road as Police won't let you go any further! So think first .... have you got all you need in case you're stuck??? :Wink: or have you got proper shoes to walk a long way:Eeek::BigGrin:


    Amicalement

    Frankie:Smile::Smile:
     
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    I hope the bad weather doesn't affect the weekend flights to Sevilla. :Wink:

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    yodeli Funster Life Member

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    You know I would try any other mean to get there....like walking on my hands... I might just not get in time for the party:Doh: (and get a bad back again at the same time:Sad:)....

    ...

    BUT

    ....

    Nothing to worry ... No snow here now nor in the nearest future:Wink:
     
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